Look below for four ways to get discount tickets at Luray Cavern Virginia.
Want to experience a place like nowhere on earth? Luray Caverns is the place! I've got a full review, ways to get discount tickets, admission and operating hour information, details on the Caverns other attractions (including their car museum and garden maze), a link to a video of their stalagpipe organ in action, and more.
For a full review of what you'll see at the Cavern, the video, and other attractions included in admission, go to my Luray Cavern Review page.
Admission and Discount Ticket Information
The Cavern is open every day of the year. Guided tours depart about every twenty minutes and the tour takes about one hour.
Tours begin daily at 9 am and run every 10-20 minutes. Each tour takes about 1 hour. Last tour departs at:
Admission (includes the tour of Luray Caverns Virginia and the adjacent Car and Carriage Caravan Museum):
Group Rates (Min. 20 or more paying persons)
(Rates are subject to change.)
As with just about everything, ticket prices have gone up (about $3 per ticket the last few years). So take advantage of these possible discounts (they're subject to change, so check early!)
There are two motels nearby: Luray Cavern Motel West and Luray Cavern Motel East. Both have swimming pools and free wifi. Both offer golf package deals at the nearby golf club.
But for something really fun and different, I recommend Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park Camp Resort. This multi-faceted family camp is the kind of place families come back to year after year. They offer campgrounds and cabins, as well as multiple pools, a water zone and water slide, jumping pillows, miniature golf, laser tag, and a variety of daily activities at no extra charge. And they're just 5 miles from Luray Cavern Virginia! Check them out at http://www.campluray.com/
Here's the special events planned for 2013:
Virginia Beach Family Fun
Luray Cavern Virginia
Jul 24, 14 09:02 PM
Christmas may be months away, but kids can enjoy Santa this weekend at Yankee Candle Williamsburg's "Christmas in July event.
On Saturday, July 26, kids can join Santa's workshop to make a free ornament from 10:15 am to noon. On July 27 from 10:15 am to noon, kids can join Mr. and Mrs. Claus in decorating cookies.
While there, don't miss the store's "snow showers" and kid-friendly clock shows. For more information, click here.
Jul 24, 14 08:51 PM
In honor of National Carousel Day, on Friday, July 25 you can enjoy a free ride on the Hampton Carousel. Nearly 100 years old, the historic carousel is located next to the Virginia Air and Space Center, at 610 Settlers Landing Road in Hampton.
Jul 20, 14 09:40 PM
After flying to 40 countries I thought I'd learned it all about air travel. But as I sat on the plane last night returning from a trip to the West coast I suddenly realized three things I'll do next time I fly.
1) Bring bleach wipes: Yep, I'd brought Wet Wipes to clean off my seat area, having learned long ago that airplane seat armrests, tray tables, and seat pockets are teeming with bacteria. But after all the funky germs we keep hearing about in the news (e.g., MRSA) and sitting there thinking how many people had probably touched that seat area since the last good scrubbing, I wish I'd brought bleach wipes. Next time.
2) Bring a little vial of "odor protector": Can't believe this has never happened to me before, but the guy next to me absolutely reeked of mold, having obviously left his clothes in the washing machine for a week. How'd you like to sit next to that for five hours? My sister-in-law likes to travel with a dab of peppermint oil or a little Vicks Vapor rub under her nose when she flies. Now I know why. So next time, I'm bringing a little vial of my favorite perfume as a little odor defense if I need it.
3) Fly Virgin: One word comes to mind after flying Virgin America for the first time. "Wow." Just "wow." They make flying fun again! Everything, from the music they play at check-in, to the friendly staff and flight attendants (who all seem to love their jobs compared to staff on other airlines who often seem basically fed-up and sometimes curt) to their hilarious and brilliant safety video, to the fact that my luggage was waiting for me in Baggage Check BEFORE I even got down there, they made me a Virgin believer!